The Blue Sheep Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam
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I was not ready for the big city of Amsterdam. Brugges had lulled me to sleep. The train ride was uneventful enough but Amsterdam greeted us with pouring rain. We were determined not to take a cab because our apartment was only a few streets away. Ben hit a scooter with his bag and the alarm went off. Ben turned red and asked …
... with, and we found ourselves mainly in the Jordaan District. The Jordaan is picturesque, so the photography was plentiful. The tour was only supposed to be around 2-3 hours, but Tim and Magdalena showed us around for 4 hours! Our feet were extremely sore at the end, but we had a brilliant introduction to the city of Amsterdam and all her secret places!
Paul and Cindy had chosen to rest for the remainder of the day, ...
... the busiest in the world. The entire city was demolished in 1940 during World War 2 by Hitler's bombing and since then has rebuilt itself in modern and eccentric designs (a bit to a fault in my opinion). I had always been curious about couch surfing and finally had a chance to test it out in Rotterdam. I stayed with a very welcoming Polish guy close to my age, and I was unexpectedly greeted with a large room to myself. ...
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Beer, waffles and chocolate doesn’t quite equate to a full meal. The local dish of choice was fresh mussels and Belgium fries.
... and got roped into a Mexican/Argentinian grill place. I got a bean enchilada which was delicious, Nim got a chicken burrito and Lia got the spare ribs, which looked way too big for her but she dutifully wolfed down. After dinner we got a tram up to near the station and wandered into the red light district. It was a huge mass of weed smoke clouds, sex toy shops, live show places and dozens of women in little booths ...